Sean's Show Season 1
Sean's Show Season 1
First Air Date: April 15, 1992
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1x07 Disappointed from Dublin (May 20, 1992)
Sean's house is stripped bare by the burglars who have been furnishing it throughout the series, and all his belongings are returned to rightful owner, Elton Welsby. Barry becomes paranoid that he will be killed off before the end of the episode because the rest of the supporting cast has been done in already. Sean performs Julian Cope's 'Jelly Pop Perky Jean' for Susan in one final attempt to win her love.
1x06 Blind Date (May 20, 1992)
Announcing that his angsting days are over, Sean seizes control of the script and reworks his character to be 'tougher'. To demonstrate his resolve, he writes letters to Susan and Angela, declaring once and for all his feelings of love for the one and utter contempt for the other.
1x05 Gordon (May 13, 1992)
Sean gets in touch with his paternal nature when he discovers he has a 12 year old son named Gordon who is going to come and live with him. Gordon's arrival forces Sean to confront his issues about his relationship with his own father.
1x04 Greek Holiday (May 06, 1992)
Tony usurps Sean's identity while he's away on holiday in Greece. When Sean returns, he learns that his pen pal is trying to kill him and that Angela has devised a dastardly plan to blackmail him into marrying her. Tony's scheme to take over Sean's life and win Susan backfires when he is caught in a fight between high ranking officials of the Sicilian Mafia and Greek thugs, all of whom have it in for Sean.
1x03 Autobiography (April 29, 1992)
Sean asks his neighbour Tony to build him a shed so he'll have a place to smoke cigarettes unrebuked. Meanwhile, he decides to commit suicide by employing the 'Morrissey method' of dancing himself to death wistfully, but his will to live is revived when his suicide note is published and becomes a best-seller. Panic sets in when it's time for the credits to roll and a moral for the episode hasn't been established.
1x02 Badgers (April 22, 1992)
Sean fears he may have had a one-night stand with the wife of Barry the bar keeper, but he can't seem to recall the particulars. He thinks the situation might work out in his favour, however, when he learns that the news of his indiscretion has made Susan jealous. Sean performs his rendition of Patsy Cline's 'Crazy'.
1x01 Jelly and Blizzards (April 15, 1992)
Windsor Davies pops around and sets a lot of jelly in the bath and Angela - a girl Sean can't stand - will be moving in.